Marco Rubio is a Republican U.S. senator elected in 2010 to represent Florida. He defeated Florida Gov. Charlie Crist, an independent candidate, and U.S. Rep. Kendrick Meek, a Democratic candidate, in an unusual three-way Senate race. Rubio previously served in the Florida House of Representatives, including two years as House Speaker.
Marco Rubio was born in Miami on May 28, 1971, his parents both Cuban exiles. He graduated from the University of Florida and the University of Miami Law School. He and his wife, Jeanette Dousdebes-Rubio, live in West Miami with their four children.
WASHINGTON — Sen. Marco Rubio, who helped write the Senate's comprehensive immigration reform bill, has shifted back to his original position that piecemeal legislation is the way forward.
WASHINGTON — Sen. Marco Rubio carefully managed his opposition to the health care law during the government shutdown but with that over and the Obamacare website a technological mess, he's going full throttle.
Timing is everything in politics. Eloquent speaking ain't bad, either.
WASHINGTON — Sen. Marco Rubio has lost standing among conservative activists for his lead role in immigration reform but continues to collect millions in campaign dollars, emerging as one of the most prolific fundraisers in the country and underscoring his national ambitions.
WASHINGTON — In a bipartisan but less than robust sign of support for President Barack Obama's proposed military strikes against Syria, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee voted 10-7 Wednesday in favor of a resolution authorizing use of force.
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama on Tuesday continued an all-out campaign to win support for a military strike against Syria and gained a key ally in House Speaker John Boehner, who declared after a meeting that the use of chemical weapons "has to be responded to."
ORLANDO — Sen. Marco Rubio knew it was coming, and it did — shouts and jeers from conservative activists over his role in immigration reform.
WASHINGTON — Since taking office in 2010, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio has cultivated an image as a serious foreign policy thinker who has never missed a chance to weigh in on current affairs — or to criticize President Barack Obama.
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio has a dire message for conservatives who oppose immigration reform: Improve the status quo, or President Barack Obama could make the situation much worse.
Sen. Marco Rubio recently called Obamacare a "broken and failed experiment" that will hurt regular folks.